UIL Volleyball State Tournament Information

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GARLAND — The 2018 UIL Volleyball State Championships will be held Wednesday-Saturday, November 14-17, at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas.
Wednesday, Nov. 14
Conference 1A Semifinals
1 p.m. – Neches (39-4) vs. Bryson (25-17)
3 p.m. – Water Valley (30-11) vs. D’Hanis (32-13)
Conference 2A Semifinals
5 p.m. – Lindsay (40-3) vs. Thorndale (27-14)
7 p.m. – Amarillo Highland Park (36-5) vs. Beckville (40-8)
Thursday, Nov. 15
Conference 3A Semifinals
11 a.m. – Vanderbilt Industrial (39-3) vs. Boyd (43-5)
1 p.m. – Callisburg (45-4) vs. Troy (36-10)
3 p.m. – Conference 1A Final
5 p.m. – Conference 2A Final
Conference 4A Semifinal
7 p.m. – Needville (40-8) vs. Midlothian Heritage (34-14)
Friday, Nov. 16
Conference 4A Semifinal
11 a.m. – Melissa (38-11) vs. Decatur (36-11)
Conference 5A Semifinals
1 p.m. – Lucas Lovejoy (44-6) vs. Dripping Springs (35-15)
3 p.m. – Canyon Randall (41-6) vs. Humble Kingwood Park (38-11)
Conference 6A Semifinals
5 p.m. – Fort Bend Ridge Point (46-5) vs. Plano West (37-9)
7 p.m. – Lewisville Flower Mound (40-7) vs. Northside O’Connor (41-11)
Saturday, Nov. 17
11 a.m. – Conference 3A Final
1 p.m. – Conference 4A Final
3 p.m. – Conference 5A Final
5 p.m. – Conference 6A Final
Doors will open one hour prior to the first match.
Parking is available day of the match for $15 in the lot adjacent to the Curtis Culwell Center. Discounted parking will be sold online: Click here
Ticket prices are $12 for adults and $7 for students.  A two-day pass may be purchased for $20 and an all-tournament ticket is $30.  Advanced tickets can be purchased at ExtremeTix Online.  Ticket windows will open two hours prior to the scheduled match time for on-site sales.
Curtis Culwell Center Clear Bag Policy
To ensure guest safety and quicker entry into the facility the Curtis Culwell Center has implemented a clear bag policy. This policy states that fans cannot bring any purse, bag or container larger than a small clutch bag. Fans may bring clear bags including a clear tote that does not exceed 12 by 6 by 12 inches or a clear one-gallon re-sealable storage bag. More information can be found at the following link: http://www.uiltexas.org/files/athletics/state-volleyball/Clear_bag_policy_ALL_EVENTS.pdf 
Follow all of the action and updates on UIL State, the official mobile app for all UIL State Championships. The app features spectator information, schedules, team profiles, and live stats. It is free and available for immediate download in the App Store and Google Play.

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